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Earth Science Chapter 5 Origin of the Earth

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Earth Science Chapter 5 Origin of the Earth
What About ICE AGES?
Secular Scientists say there have been many Ice Ages.
They think the wooly mammoths died between 8,000-30,000 years ago

Conditions for the ICE AGE:
Nebular Hypothesis?
Wooly Mammoths Frozen in Arctic Region
Creatio ex Nihilo
Order of Events of Creation
Reasons for Pangaea:

Like a puzzle fitting together
Genesis 1:9-10
similar types of rocks and fossils
Glossopteris Plant
Mesosaurus Fossils
Magnetic Crystals alignment
Creations say One Ice Age that ended about 4500-5000 thousand
years ago
Less than 1,000 years after the Flood
Mammoths trapped near Arctic Ocean by rapidly changing climate

Lots of Water
Massive Volcanism(deep broken up)
Ash covering blocking out the Sun
Much Ice formed!
1700's Scientists suggested our Solar System formed slowly from a cloud of dust and gas called a nebula from an exploding Star
Gravity pulled dust from nebulae and bits of rocks and ice to form planets which pulled in Moons
Model says: everything spinning the same and planets should be rocky near stars and gaseous planets farther out
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